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post #31 of 36
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Originally Posted by chas View Post
I just bought a Panasonic G10 and unless your friend is into cinema and cares about 24P playback I would go with the G10 over the V10. It is much less expensive and has the same display as the V10.

Cheers!

I do remember reading some comparisons of the V10 to the G10 but at the time my friend was fixated on LCDs so I didn't pay a ton of attention to them. All I really recall was that the V10 was touted as being better.

Will take a second look.
post #32 of 36
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Originally Posted by Jumbie View Post
Cheers!

I do remember reading some comparisons of the V10 to the G10 but at the time my friend was fixated on LCDs so I didn't pay a ton of attention to them. All I really recall was that the V10 was touted as being better.

Will take a second look.

People agonize a great deal over whether they should get the V10 or a bigger G10 at the same price. I went with a smaller V10 because (1) I notice the 24P flicker on panning shots and the V10 fixes this on Blu Ray playback; (2) I liked the one-sheet-of-glass design of the V10; and (3) I liked that the V10 has a more customizable picture settings. The curious thing about this is that since it's so customizable it renders some of it's other selling points moot: THX mode, Digital Cinema Color, Studio Ref Mode etc. are not as good (subjective of course) as a preferred custom setting, so I never use them!

Also, I read one technical review saying that although they are supposed to be the same panel and have the same contrast ratio specs, the Panasonic V10 has deeper black levels. Of course this difference is probably imperceivable by human eyeballs.

Am I a little sad that I have a 50" TV instead of a 54" TV? Yes.

But I will say this... spending the extra on the V10 means I never have to wonder whether or not I should have upgraded That peace of mind plus the 24P playback was worth the extra cost to me (I should say, worth the drop from 54inch to a 50 inch set).

Good luck debating!
post #33 of 36
I went back and forth myself as well. What finally did it is that my wife insisted that I get a 46" and not a 50" as it fit perfectly in our room. They don't make the V10 in a 46" set. Also, for just over $1K I figure I won't feel as bad in a few years when I upgrade to better technology. That being said, I bet the V10 is Sweet!
post #34 of 36
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Originally Posted by brianja View Post
I have a 55" XBR8 and I am really happy with it.
I bought mine in September after they were discontinued and I it.
post #35 of 36
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Originally Posted by oneeightyseven View Post

Anyone have any or has enough knowledge to tell me the advantages of them?

 

I got one recently of samsung company. Its picture quality is nice
post #36 of 36
If they are any better at cutting down heat I'd buy one instantly. I have an LG LCD I got in 2007 and the thing is like having an oven open to 200 degrees across the room. Very warm.
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